Chocolate Christmas 'Card' It's the time of year again when many of us will be seeking last minute inspiration for a memorable Christmas lunch - one that doesn't send our stress levels soaring during the preparation and cooking stages. For those food lovers who want to stick with tradition, a roast turkey is still as popular as ever
LES Trois Garçons unravels in an 133 year-old pub. Once a squat “cared for” by its’ 30 residents, “Garçons”, Hassan, Michel and Stefan (from Malaysia, France and Sweden) lavishly restored the building in 1996, making the upstairs floors exclusively their home. Four years on, they opened the ground floor restaurant, unleashing on the public design tastes
Cake table at Compass' Foodhall in the Barbican.
I travel – a lot. Everybody knows it that knows me and some are even foolish enough to “like” me on Facebook and “follow” me on Twitter as I criss cross the globe, working on food, food and food. I … Continue reading →
Bowler hat lights plus bread and cake display table at Euphorium Bakery's new unit in the City. Carvery unit Tea & Toast Offer.
A couple of years ago, I spent some time working in an organic led catering environment; restaurant, cookery school- you get the idea. It’s a high profile place with exacting standards of customer care, and within its management there is an almost cult like belief that organic was best in every way. I was keen … Read more
Start Up businesses are being given one week's exposure in this pop up shop on Piccadilly. Clever idea and of relevance to our sector with its talented street food entrepreneurs. It's a culture shift - get trying new concepts via pop ups. Who needs expense and leases to try out ideas? See http://www.startupbritain.co/ with Luke Johnson, serial